November 2005

November 2005   Vol.35 Num.11
Table of Contents (pdf)


The Frugal Collector: Garnet
They come in every color except blue
by Bob Jones

Colorado's Lost Mine Tour
Go underground for a bit of mining history
by Steve Voynick

Roadside Panning Sites in California
Part VIII: San Diego, San Joaquin, San Luis Obispo,
Shasta, and Sierra counties
by David and Clois Walker

Speaking to Schools
You, too, can inspire future hobbyists
by Larry G. Field

Rock & Gem Kids
Brazilianite and a sand art project
by Steve Decker

Mexico's Camino Real Mines
Part II: They produced many popular collector minerals
by Bob Jones

An Acrocanthosaurus Finds a New Home
Oklahoma rockhounds discovered and restored her
by Doris Perkins

Tourmaline and Spodumene
These pegmatite minerals make fine gems
by Kenneth H. Rohn

Field Trip
Wind Mountain Nepheline Syenite
Find feldspathoids and rare earth minerals
by Robert Beard

Field Trip
Return to Ladds Mountain
It's OK to collect these cave formations
by Richard J. Jacquot

Make a Ring with Bling!

Celebrate your individuality
by Diane Prokop

Make Safe Mounts for Your Collectibles
Display your prize specimens with confidence
by David Abbott

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